Frequently Asked Questions

Is the church wheelchair accessible?

 Enter from the rear of the church through the double doors in Fellowship Hall where there is a ramp for wheelchair access.  However, at this time, there are no handicapped bathrooms available.
The Pastorís office is not handicapped accessible.  However, if you phone ahead arrangement will be made to meet in a more convenient area of the church.

 Who can participate in Communion?
The Reformed Church practices open communion.  All those who have confessed their faith in Christ and are members of a Christian Church are welcome at the Lordís Table.  Communion is served at worship on the first Sunday of each month and on special church holidays

 

I am interested in becoming a member of your church. How do I join?
We would like you to get to know the church by attending regularly, and get involved with the life of the church and its activities. When you have decided that you want to formally become part of our church, talk to our pastor or call the church office, please contact us.

  

Can my child be baptized in the First Reformed Church of Little Falls?
Your child may be baptized if at least one parent of the child is an active member of First Reformed Church of Little Falls. Because the congregation is asked to promise "to love, encourage, and support these brothers and sisters by teaching the Gospel of God's love, by being an example of Christian faith and character, and by giving the strong support of God's family in fellowship, prayer, and service," baptism is celebrated as part of the congregation's worship on the Lord's day.

For more information about baptism at the First Reformed Church of Little Falls,
please
contact us.

 

Can I be married in your church?
One member of the couple should be a member of First Reformed Church of Little Falls or closely related to a member of the Church. This applies to marriages performed by First Reformed Church of Little Falls. If another minister is to perform the ceremony, the church can only be reserved after the guest minister contacts the Pastor of First Reformed Church of Little Falls or an invitation is extended to the guest minister to perform the marriage, and the liturgy is approved.

For more information about marriages at the First Reformed Church of Little Falls, please contact us.

 Can Homebound Church Members receive Communion?

Elders along with the pastor will visit homebound members to administer the sacrament of Holy Communion.  If you are interested in a visit from the pastor and an elder, , please contact us.

First Reformed Church of Little Falls, NJ